Discussion in 'Civ4 - General Discussions' started by BakingTheArt, Jan 21, 2009.
I don't get the first one.
The fact that stone appeared in the industrial/modern times
Giant stone mountain.
Look at the combat odds in the combat log, then scroll down to the next picture.
And something new? Headless workers!
Headless describes automated workers quite well.
I hate it and love it when stuff like this happens. Reminds me of the AI's Airship fetish in BtS.
ZING! nice one.
How historically accurate!
You're a bit soon.
Good thing it can't keep your horde of barbarians out
The AI seems to have an unusual definition for "fine". 31 cities to 5, inf vs rifles and power ratio favoring me by 5.3... Yes Mansa, you sure are doing fine
You sure do hate Africa.
Not as much hate as wanting to make sure Mansa didnt get to trade everyone the Railroad he is researching, forcing me to actually start teching again Drafting infantries is a ton of fun. Although I have to admit, once I finally get to Shaka, I'll consider razing all of his cities for the endless DOWs he's done on me in previous games
He's probably doing "fine" because he has a stupid vassal, which makes the AI less likely to cap.
Mansa was probobly too busy looking at some other place to DOW with or with problems concerning his nation than realising that he's losing the war and surrender. Or he still wanted to appear superior.
Cathy seems reluctant and gets a feeling to flee (like in the cartoon) in my presence.
I like that one, Tachy
I've got one (some) that's more interesting than funny, but I'll still share it:
Has anyone see a river (the brown line) this long!?!?:
Rainforest (I like that wacky mapscript) is known for its huge and stretchy rivers. But I have to admit that one is quite long.
And I like the indifferent-to-the-situation effect of north and south snowy poles next to the jungles...
I suppose this is what lies under its Europa's (Jupiter's moon) icy crust.
BTW, notice the trade with Cathy...Engineering. Time to flee, my ptitsa.
I know it's played out, but LOL.
The AP can turn the world into all sorts of colors! Also, everyone seems to have realized how important Steam power is!
Well, if it means that much to you.
It's Data from the beginning of Star Trek 9!
I'm going to participate so how do I post screenshots?
Separate names with a comma.